SQL Compare shows syntax error while SQL Server accepts syntax (SCHEMABINDING)

JamesWJamesW Posts: 3 New member
I'm able to run the following script against a 2017 version of SQL Server.
<div>GO<br></div><div><div>CREATE SCHEMA [security];</div><div>GO</div><div>CREATE FUNCTION [security].[tvf_AllowEditNonAvailableCardsPredicate]</div><div>(</div><div>&nbsp; &nbsp; @LastName VARCHAR(100),</div><div>&nbsp; &nbsp; @LegalName VARCHAR(65),</div><div>&nbsp; &nbsp; @NameIndex VARCHAR(1000)</div><div>)</div><div>RETURNS TABLE</div><div>WITH SCHEMABINDING</div><div>AS</div><div>RETURN SELECT 1 AS Allow</div><div>&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;WHERE @LastName <> 'Available'</div><div>&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;AND @LegalName <> 'Available'</div><div>&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;AND @NameIndex <> 'Available';</div><div>GO</div><div>CREATE SECURITY POLICY [security].[AllowEditCard]</div><div>ADD BLOCK PREDICATE [security].[tvf_AllowEditNonAvailableCardsPredicate] (LastName, LegalName, NameIndex)</div><div>ON dbo.Cards BEFORE UPDATE</div><div>WITH</div><div>(STATE = ON, SCHEMABINDING = ON);</div><div>GO</div></div>
SQL Source Control doesn't save the SCHEMABINDING = ON for the security policy, and when I tried to add it manually to source control and then compare against local, it says that it's a syntax error and ignores it. However, SQL accepts it and the option is valid according to microsoft docs. (https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sql/t-sql/statements/create-security-policy-transact-sql?view=sql-server-2017)

Am I doing something wrong or is this a bug that needs to be fixed?
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  • Alex BAlex B Posts: 1,052 Diamond 4
    Hi @JamesW ,

    I've deleted the duplicate of this post so you may have received a message indicating that.

    For the question here, I see the same occurring and have raise the issue with the development team as SC-10673.  I will update here when I have more information from the team!

    Kind regards,
    Alex
    Product Support Engineer | Redgate Software

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